By the time our final Edinburgh experience came around, it felt like our trip had flown by! We were now excited to be on our way to take part in a sailing trip before catching the flight home. The sun was shining and the waves were gentle: perfect conditions for a sail!
As Gemma and I set off to Hampshire for our very exciting horse riding lesson, we realised this would be our last experience visit together. We wanted to make it extra special, and luckily, we were spending the afternoon with Quob Stables so we knew we were in for a fun experience!
First impressions are everything, and when our first day included a Hop on Hop off Bus tour of Brighton, we knew working for Experience Days was going to live up to its name! With the sun shining and the wind blowing, Rina and I were whisked away from the office down to the pier to find our bus and embark on a tour of the city. Just opposite the Poole Valley coach station, the pickup point awaits for you outside Brighton Palace Pier. Beginning by the sea was excellent, as the lively atmosphere and sound of the seagulls made us feel we were in the heart of Brighton! The buses run every 60 minutes throughout the day from 10am until 5pm, so there’s plenty of choice to find a time that suits you.
Last Friday, we were lucky enough to be invited to Escape The Vault on London Road, just a 20 minute walk from the office. Charlotte, Willow, Gemma and I all headed down to the escape room. We were all looking forward to this experience as we have never been to an escape room before.
Last week we were lucky enough to be invited down to Shamrock Quay in Southampton to ride some of the UK’s most unique Powerboating experiences. I’m not sure what we all expected, but it certainly went above and beyond any regular boating trip! The Honda 150 (a powerful racing machine) and the Jet Viper (a yellow giant that is the only one of its type in the UK) were the boats on schedule for the day, and we couldn’t wait to try them out!